Pocket Mini Computer

The Pocket Mini Computer was designed by Jeff Ledger.

The Pocket Mini Computer is pre-installed with a COLOR BASIC. COLOR BASIC is similar to the BASIC found on common microcomputers of the 80’s and early 90’s.

Explore micro computing with a machine which:
Can be successfully assembled in an evening.
Can be programmed in BASIC. (and other languages)
Can play games and run programs.
Most importantly: Can be understood.

The Pocket Mini Computer Kit arrives as a project which requires a small amount of soldering, all components are „thru-hole“ making it an easy project for anyone with modest soldering skills.


The Pocket Mini Computer hardware supports:

VGA Output
Right/Left Audio Output
PS2 Keyboard
Wii Classic/Nunchuck controller connection
Optional SRAM (32k extended RAM using 23K256)
Optional IR receiver connection
Optional I/O experimenters‘ port“



VIA Technologies APC 8750 $60 Android board

Operation System support: Android 2.3
Memory: DDR3 512MB Memory / 2GB NAND Flash

APC runs a custom Android system, built for keyboard and mouse input.

A basic selection of applications is preinstalled.

Also included is a full set of consumer I/O ports, enabling APC to connect to your PC monitor or TV.

Neo-ITX is form factor compatible with Mini-ITX and MicroATX


via http://www.engadget.com/2012/08/14/via-technologies-apc-8750-mobo-cpu-combo-on-sale-today/